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Beyerdynamic DT 770 Studio Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro As mentioned, the DT 770 Studio is equivalent to the Pro (80 Ohm) model, but there are also 32 Ohm and 250 Ohm versions—the former intended for mobile devices and the latter for studio mixing, while this model is designed for [...]
Beyerdynamic announces DT 770 Pro 32 ohms reference headphones in India German audio equipment maker, Beyerdynamic officially announces the launch of their new Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro reference headphones here in India. The 32 ohms version of the DT 770 Pro, which is the latest addition to the series is specifically [...]
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Review: Beyerdynamic DT 1990 PRO The DT100, 770 and 990 headphones are ubiquitous enough to be considered industry standards and so any new product from Beyerdynamic aimed at the studio user is bound to be of interest. And when that product is pitched into the The DT 1990s are a [...]
Beyerdynamic DT 1990 Pro review While Beyerdynamic may not be as well known as its German brother, Sennheiser, the audio company has a history of creating some of the best sounding audio gear on the market – the company's DT770 , DT880 and DT990 were renown for their excellent build [...]
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BERLIN - Beyerdynamic has long been one of the leaders when it comes to excellence in audio, but its new DT 1770 Pro headphones kicks that tradition up an octave. At an estimated $599, it’s not cheap, but for audiophiles looking for superior closed back headphone performance, the money should be well worth it. Based on upon its classic DT 770 reference cans, the 1770 brings improved audio, thanks to... The stealthy matte black cans feature a baby-soft leather cushion in the headband and velvety velour cups, which should make wearing the 13. 6-ounce 1770 Pros for long periods a time a complete non-issue. MORE: Best Headphones and Earbuds: Sound, Fit and Value.
The DT 880 Edition is a semi-open design, and the DT 990 Edition is an open-back design. To get started I compared the sound of the 32-ohm versions of DT 880 Edition and DT 990 Edition headphones while listening to the FiiO X1, and they sounded similar. The DT 880 Edition is somewhat more open and spacious, but has a bit less bass oomph. Steven Price's brilliant score for the film "Gravity" had plenty of weight and power, especially with the DT 880 Edition. I next played with the 32-ohm versions of DT 880 Edition and DT 990 Edition headphones with the NAD C 316BEE integrated amp, and the sound was significantly better than what I heard with the FiiO X1. No surprise there -- the X1 is very decent, but...
Top 10 Best Studio Reference Headphones German company Beyerdynamic brings us the DT 770 Pro, a remake of one of ... easily be able to get a signal on the 32 Ohm pair, whereas an amp would be needed to hear the higher-detail signal of the 80 Ohm and 250 Ohm pairs. The added resistance options ... [...]
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Beyerdynamic dt 770 pro 32 or 80 ohm? So i am going to buy the dt 770 pro, but i dont know if i should get the 32 or 80 ohm version. I will be using it in my phone ... out of the lineup 32, 80, 250 the 80 is the bassiest thte 250 the most refined sounding and the 32 the runt without as ... [...]
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dt 770 pro 32-80 e 250 ohm if you have the cash the 250 will offer the best quality of them, be it slight over the 80. if you are gaming the 990 might be a better choice for its open design, though if you need closed the 770 isnt a bad choice. prices are good (at least in usa ... [...]
beyerdynamic DT 1770 Pro: Pricey, Sexy Monitors beyerdynamic makes some of our favorite headphones ... on-ears for better isolation and sealing out external noise. An upgrade to the DT 770 Pro, they maintain the 250 ohm rating, so are incredibly sensitive- you won’t really appreciate these with ... [...]
Headphone buyers: Here's what you need to know about low- vs. high-impedance models Beyerdynamic is the only headphone company I know that offers models, like the DT880 and DT990 Editions for example, in three different impedances: 32-, 250-, and ... impedance 600-ohm versions, because to my ears the high-impedance DT 880 Edition and ... [...]
German audio equipment maker, Beyerdynamic officially announces the launch of their new Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro reference headphones here in India. The 32 ohms version of the DT 770 Pro, which is the latest addition to the series is specifically designed to be used with smartphones and other portable devices. The Beyerdynamic DT 770 Pro 32 ohms is available on Amazon.in and headphonezone. Read complete press release belowFor experienced sound professionals, the...
Page 1 of 51 2/1 2 3/1 3 4/1 45Next >Jan 15, 2013 THREAD STARTER New Head-Fier Joined: Jan 4, 2013 Posts: 4 Likes: 0 Hey everybody! I was looking at the Beyerdynamic DT770 Pro headphones, but im not sure what ohm to get (im new to this audio quality gig). I will be buying a Fiio E11 poratble amp for my iphone4s. So i want to know what will be best for me? i want a big bass, but with good mids and highs too, because i like to listen to dubstep, rap/hip hop, also a little pop and some...
Along with the Sennheiser HD 280 Pro, the Beyerdynamic DT 770 headphones are one of the more recognizable staples of recording studio audio gear over the last few decades. The DT 770 line is still going strong, and has a few different versions—including the DT 770 Studio, the $179.99, closed-style, circumaural (over-the-ear) model reviewed here. The sound signature is ideal for tracking, but also detailed listening—you needn't be a musician or engineer to enjoy the crisp, excellent clarity...
Alistair McGhee reviews the DT 1990 PRO from Beyerdynamic, which sit proudly at the top of the company's range of studio headphones. Beyerdynamic has a long and distinguished history in studio microphones and headphones.The DT100, 770 and 990 headphones are ubiquitous enough to be considered industry standards and so any new product from Beyerdynamic aimed at the studio user is bound to be of interest. And when that product is pitched into the burgeoning market for high end...